|fr 7 mr 14|
We went yesterday afternoon to look at that bit of the Ufford woodland that the constabulary are so interested in. If it is the site of a serious crime it is upsettingly close to houses. Specialist Metropolitan police dogs due today to pursue the enquiry.
|th 6 mr 14|
Throwback Thursday: Five years ago in Walberswick over a hundred piglets stolen.
House sales near the coast.
The Peppery digest is emailing out to the nearly 6,000+ ntcers on the list ... click Jess the black and white cat to go on the list ... and our thanks to David Wood for pointing out broken links in the digests which we've now fixed.
Featuring a new generation of Cuban musicians Son Yambu play a fusion of Spanish and African rhythms that is the root of all salsa music. Presented by the very excellent Peppery Productions Son Yambu play the Ipswich Town Hall tomorrow night Friday 7th March.
|we 5 mr 14|
The clocks go forward at the end of the month.
|tu 4 mr 14|
In the mid 1980s we lived just over the border near Manningtree in Essex. Manningtree's annual regatta has been running since the mid-19th century but now the town has a summer vehicle show too.
The village doesn't support you? Promote your event on nearthecoast.
|mo 3 mr 14|
There is a Parham in the USA, one in Canada and another on Antigua the Caribbean island so we rather suspect the Parham in this postally used 1905 postcard is something to do with Parham Park in West Sussex rather than Parham near the coast.
Blimey! The constabulary have arrested a Framlingham man for the recent unpleasantnesses in St Mike's.
|fr 28 fe 14|
Seen on the Saxmundham/Benhall border we're not sure if this is a complaint from Mr Smith or a LOST AND FOUND.
Couple of clues for Guess Who 32?
Worried too many people might turn up at your charity coffee morning? Don't do promotion on nearthecoast then.
|th 27 fe 14|
Pupils of the Woodbridge prep school The Abbey raised over £400 from a fancy dress day and cake sale for the charity Canine Partner. Canine Partner trains dogs to help those with disabilities by picking things off the floor, working switches, pressing buttons and even emptying the washing machine.
We've added more 2012 Guess Whos? to the Guess Who? winners list.
|we 26 fe 14|
It may say Fibre broadband is here outside Framlingham college but no sign of it here in Stately Terrace ... mind you on the BT web site we have moved from Not Currently in rollout plans to Coming Soon.
A cased tool set found in Woodbridge Monday.
|tu 25 fe 14|
Blimey! Did we get lost in and around Bury St Edmunds late last night (we're un-satnaved at the mo') when the A14 was closed for road repairs. The diversion signs assumed only drivers leaving the A14 needed to be told what to do plus there were bandit diversion signs for something else entirely. BE WARNED overnight closures continue until the weekend.
Our A to Z of ntc helps you find your town or village but unlike a satnav it also kills 99% of all known germs and doesn't have a patronising voice.
|mo 24 fe 14|
The Lowestoft Seagull Theatre is well signposted, has some on site parking, an attractive lounge/foyer area and upcoming shows include Susan Calman and Andrew O'Neill ... yes we liked it Friday when we got to see Vagaband again who just keep getting better and for the first time The Hallelujahs Trails who put on a fine show despite their transport having been broken into ... thanks Maverick.
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|su 23 fe 14|
There was complimentary May I say your hair is looking particularly lovely today? coffee and juice at Theatre Antiques Framlingham yesterday, these bottles of water have been on this Market Hill wall for days and an unquestionably ironic customer specification in Queen's Head Alley.
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